Delivering Benefits and Value From Projects

VIC
Jul 25
Are you seeking solutions to solve the problem of value destruction by projects?

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Despite concerted efforts over more than four decades and vast improvements to all aspects of project delivery, the business value and results delivered by projects is still poor!

As value destruction by projects continues -  perhaps - we are looking in the wrong place and applying the wrong solutions to solve the problem?

In this session, Alex Chapman will explain exactly where, how and why project value is destroyed and then lay out a pathway to improve results. 
 
Alex will explain how a simple framework, the TOP Value Equation™, can be applied to improve the value delivered and how both business leaders and project specialists alike can use the Value Equation to create a language for a shared conversation and enable effective collaboration. 

Members: $45 | Non-Members: $59 | Student Members $0
CPD points: 4

Presenter:

Alexandra Chapman Chief Operating Officer, Co Totally Optimized Projects

Alex is a forty-years-plus veteran who started her career in IT, delivering major technology projects for banks, before switching to focus on strategy execution post her MBA studies.
 
Together with her late husband Jed Simms,  Alex toiled over more than two decades to develop and document practical “learnable and teachable” frameworks and thinking tools - TOP Thinking - to enable every person in every organisation to execute projects and deliver the value.
 
Alex and Jed’s work was recognised globally by Gartner for its innovation when they nominated Totally Optimised Projects in their 2011 “Cool Vendor” awards.
 
Alex teaches at Melbourne University on the post-graduate “Innovation and Entrepreneurship with IT” unit. She occasionally writes for The CEO Magazine and was recognised by Cranfield School of Management as one of its 50 notable faces for its 50th-anniversary celebrations in 2017. 
 

Alexandra Chapman

Event Partner

KPMG